Kalyana Rasam, a wonderful taste. I always wonder the speciality of rasam being served in Marriages. It has a unique taste with tangy and spice well balanced. The flavour of pepper makes this a big hit. Normally when we do tomato dal rasam, we put the rasam powder and make the tamarind juice boil well to get rid off the raw smell of rasam powder. Here in kalyana rasam, we add the spice powder only at the end which makes it very tasty. Lets see the recipe now.

Kalyana Rasam / Marriage Rasam
Preparation Time5 mins
Cooking Time 20 mins
Servings3-4

Ingredients:
Tamarind1 small gooseberry size
Tomato3
Thur dal1 tablespoon
SaltTo Taste
Curry leavesfew
Hinga small pinch

Ingredients For Grinding:
Ghee1 teaspoon
Coriander Seeds2 teaspoon
Thur dal2 teaspoon
Pepper1 teaspoon
Red Chillies1
Cumin Seeds1/2 teaspoon

Ingredients For Seasoning:
Mustard Seeds1 teaspoon
Ghee1 teaspoon

Method:

  1. Soak the tamarind in water and extract the juice
  2. Pressure cook the thur dal and smash it nicely and keep it aside
  3. Heat a pan, add ghee and add the grinding ingredients except cumin seedsand fry it till the dal turns golden brown color. 

  4. Remove the fried ingredients from flame and add it to mixer and also add cumin seeds

  5. Grind the ingredients to a fine powder and keep it aside

  6. Add the tamarind juice to a vessel along with 1 chopped tomatoes, salt, curry leaves and hing

  7. Grind the other tomatoes in a mixer to puree 

  8. Add the tomato puree to the tamarind juice extract and mix well and keep in flame 

  9. Allow the rasam to boil till the raw smell of the tamarind goes off, add smashed dal and mix well and add 2 cups of water and keep in flame and allow in flame for another 5 minutes

  10. Finally add the ground powder and mix well and when the rasam gets the froth, remove from flame

  11. Heat another pan, add ghee and add mustard seeds and when the mustard seeds starts to sputter, add it to the rasam. Garnish it with coriander leaves and serve hot with rice

  12. The yummy and spicy kalyana rasam is ready to serve
  13. Kalyana Rasam / Marriage Rasam

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  1. Nice! I shall try tomorrow. Aunty can you post the kattu sadha koodai vathakuzhambu? Thankyou.

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    1. Hi Anu, thanks for your comments. Please refer this link http://www.subbuskitchen.com/2009/01/vathakuzhambu-method-i.html for vathakuzhambu

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  2. Tur dal to be mashef and kept the quantity is not indicated.For seasoning,when mustard spluttters,add a teaspoonful of coarsely ground pepper jeera mix.

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    1. Hi sir

      Thanks for pointing the mistake. I have corrected the ingredients to include thurdal.

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  3. Looks awesome aunty. Thanks. shall prepare and enjoy. :)

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  4. Bookmarked this awesome rasam !

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  5. Thanks Mami .. You really don't know how much my kids love your menu ... Thanks a lot and keep the best of Brahmin food coming

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    1. THANK YOU MAMI. TOMORROW I AM GOING TO PREPARE KALAYANA RASAM IN MY HOME. THANKS ONCE AGAIN.

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  6. Great rasam aunty just tried it at home today and came out wonderfully well, beats any soup.

    Shubha Ramaprasad

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  7. Excellent rasam.Now i make this often..Adding tomato puree is something new.Just love this rasam.Thanks for the recipe.

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  8. hi aunty my wife learned to make a fantastic raasam from this receipe ..thnks a lot

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  9. hi aunty my wife learned to make a fantastic raasam from this receipe ..thnks a lot

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  10. finally my wife learned to make fantastic raasam .. thnks a lot

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  11. your small tip of not frying jeera makes a big difference in taste. thanks.

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  12. Tried this rasam this weekend ...was superb :)

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  13. Mami,
    I did this many times. superb. I also passed on to my friends and relatives. Now we all prepare only Kalyana Rasam on every Sunday. Tnx a lot. :D pls give recipe for Ellu podi and ellu urundai also (Black seasame balls) - Revathi

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  14. pls give recipe for Got Rasam

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  15. Mami,i made kalyana rasam today...evryone just loved it. Thank you So much!

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  16. Mami,made kalyana rasam today. Everyone just loved it. Thank You so much !Looking forward to try out all your awesome recipes too.

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  17. Dear Mami made sundakkai vathakuzhambu as per your receive..came out well n I try out all your receive...thank u so much for all those awesome received...

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  18. Dear Aunty , rasam is jus awesome. I always try different versions of rasam but this is sooo yummy. my daughter who is 4 years old liked it so much.. thanks for the wonderful recipe. Also would like to know the vada curry which is generally prepared as a combination for sponge idly in tamilndau.i used to have it in my Vellore VIT hostel.

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  19. Super rasam mami! Awesome! Made it for the second time today!

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  20. Dear aunty, why you didnt put garlic and fenugreek. . ?

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  21. superb- fantastic

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  22. KALYANA RASAM was tried at our family today. SIMPLY SUPERB.

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  23. Nice article. There are lot of packed rasam powders such as http://hemsfoods.com/products/rasam-powder. Do you think they would be useful for preparing the rasam?

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    1. For Kalyana Rasam, freshly ground rasam masala would be the best. For normal tomato dal rasam, we can use packed rasam powders

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    2. mami i tried kalyana rasam today.. it came really good.. thanks mami

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  24. Tried this today at home with a tsp of jaggery added to the rasam for slight sweetness. Best rasam ever!! Thanks for this recipe.

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  25. Hi aunty Plz tell me tuvar dal quantity to be mashed in cooker...

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    1. hi Nithya, I have already mentioned it as 1 tablespoon of thur dal in the ingredients table.

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